Senior Document Controller


Location: Dandenong South, Geelong

Job Type: Full time



At Downer, we help make people’s lives better; we build strong relationships; we are supporting communities; we are looking ahead. Downer’s greatest asset is our people which is key to our success.

Downer has a long history of delivering transport infrastructure projects under a variety of contracting models. Services include the design and construction of light rail, heavy rail, signalling, track and station works, rail safety technology, bridges and roads.


We are seeking an experienced Senior Document Controller to be engaged on a full-time permanent basis, working on a high-profile rail construction project – The South Geelong to Waurn Ponds Duplication.

Reporting to the Engineering Manager, you will be based on-site in South Geelong, or CBD office with Working from Home flexibility.


  • Lead the establishment, implementation and administration of the project document control system and procedures to ensure documents can be easily identified, recovered and audited.
  • Ensure document control and quality in compliance with the project Document Management Plan.
  • Ensure project team is informed and actively using the most current version of each document.
  • Develop and implement procedures and activities for the collecting, safeguarding, retaining, and controlling documents, drawings, records, and data required in the execution of the project business.
  • Provide training in company documentation procedures to other staff members.
  • Maintain productive relationships with internal and external stakeholders.


  • Tertiary qualification in Business Administration, Information Systems or a relevant technical discipline or equivalent industry experience.
  • Proven experience in a similar role preferably within a multi-site construction, transport, construction or engineering industries.
  • Competent in implementing and managing document control systems TeamBinder or Aconex.
  • Proven ability working to tight time frames in a changing environment and ability to work under pressure and manage stakeholder expectations.
  • Good oral and written presentation ability linked with sound relationship and integrity record.
  • Developed analytical and influencing skills.
  • Works effectively in teams to identify and improve processes.


  • Competitive salary and lifestyle, financial, health and well-being employee benefits.
  • Work on high-profile projects with ongoing career opportunities.
  • The ability to build your professional career in a multi-disciplined business environment.
  • Championing health & safety initiatives for all our employees and visitors.
  • A supportive and dynamic team environment which takes responsibility and accountability for the care and protection of peers, the business, the communities in which we operate, and the environment.

Our aim is to create a workplace where people are respected and encouraged to fulfill their potential.

We embrace all employee difference and foster a culture that supports diversity and inclusion. As such, we encourage applicants of all ages and backgrounds, including Indigenous Australians to apply.


Apply directly via the link provided.

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